Job openings: Regional Organizer
Reconciling Ministries Network is seeking two part-time regional organizers for the North Central and Western Jurisdictions.
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In the fall of 2012, RMN launched a new organizing plan to train local volunteers to shepherd prospective Reconciling communities through the Reconciling process. In the first year of the campaign the three part-time Regional Organizers and an RMN Intern trained 254 people and signed up 153 Process Coaches. These trained Process Coaches volunteered to walk a congregation, class or campus ministry through the Reconciling process offering support, encouragement and wisdom born of their experience organizing with RMN.
Building on the success of our first year of process coach trainings RMN is expanding the number of trainings, locations, and coaches for our second year (Fall 2013-Summer 2014). To support RMN’s growing movement we need to expand our organizing team!
Through recruitment, trainings, and coaching, Regional Organizers will equip the movement to develop new leaders and adopt deeper postures of welcome. The focus of the Regional Organizer position is to increase and equip the number of Reconciling United Methodists confident in the Reconciling process by reducing isolation and developing local leaders at Process Coach Trainings and empowering Annual Conference Teams.
If you are passionate about the full inclusion of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in the United Methodist Church and world and have experience organizing, please see the Regional Organizer job description below. Though these Regional Organizer positions are for the North Central and Western Jurisdictions, applicants from across the United States are welcome to apply.
Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 2, 2013. Phone calls will not be accepted. Interviews will be conducted as potential candidates surface. Full job description can be found here.